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Archive for July, 2011
Posted by crash-man | Jul 25, 2011 @ 12:35 AM | 3,514 Views
News And More

Well, all three of your hosts are back in the workshop this week for our 127th installment. And here's something cool - now ALL of us are licensed Amateur Radio Operators! Tim was the veteran as an Extra Class operator; Ron got his General Ticket last week, and I got MY General Ticket yesterday. Woot! Now I can continue on with the QSC FPV project.

In this week's show we'll share some new RC products on the market, some interesting sites, and a new contest where you can win a neat prize package!, Also, the RCadvisor joins us again this week answering the question of whether or not an all-American-made electric ARF can be assembled. Hmmm....

Catch the show and links HERE
Posted by crash-man | Jul 17, 2011 @ 11:24 PM | 3,186 Views
A Change Of Heart

In our 126th installment, ol' Crash expresses a change of heart in his opinion of classic airplane. The GWS Slow Stick has turned out to be a pretty nice little airplane! There's some discussion on the QSC FPV project, the weather, some flying, and some general news. The RCadvisor is back again this week, too!

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Posted by crash-man | Jul 11, 2011 @ 12:45 AM | 3,677 Views
All Over The Board

As the title suggests, we cover all kinds of ground in this 125th offering, including robots! LoL There's an update to my FPV project, and we talk about some new videos, as well as a great contest going on this month. The RCadviser is also back this week with the second of his two-part discussion on batteries.

LINKS HERE
Posted by crash-man | Jul 04, 2011 @ 12:11 AM | 3,468 Views
SlowSticks And TearDrops

You have the full crew again this week for our 124th installment, and we've got plenty to talk about! Tim tells us about his participation in last week's Amateur Radio Field Day, as well as his first flights on his new TriCopter. Ron's having great results with his new charger and has been draining some electrons, and I have been busy researching some interesting solutions for hauling my planes and gear around to the field and to out of town events. I've even got another FPV update for my "QSC FPV RIG" and share what plane I'll be starting with, as well as how I'm considering seeing video on the ground. The RCadviser is back again this week, too, with the first part of a two-part series on batteries!

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Have a Safe And Happy Independence Day!